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Two Men Arrested After Vomiting on Hoboken Police Cars

Two 23-year-olds allegedly threw up on police cars and then became belligerent toward the police, according to reports.

Two men were arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly throwing up on two parked police cars. 

Peter Cipollini, from Morristown, and Patrick Allocco, from Jersey City, were seen around 3:40 a.m. running away from two police cars at First and Hudson Streets after leaving behind "large amounts of vomit," according to police reports. 

Initially, officers saw Cipollini and Allocco, both 23-years-old, standing by the cars and laughing, police said. When the two men saw the officers they looked "taken by surprise," according to the report. They began to run north on Hudson Street, away from the five officers, police said. 

Cipollini and Allocco didn't stop when police asked them to, according to the report. When police caught up with Cipollini, he allegedly became combatant. Meanwhile, police said, Allocco was in an alley way hiding behind a bush. 

After an officer shone his flashlight on him, Allocco was still unwilling to get up, police said. After police captured him, he yelled at the officers "I'm gonna f*** you up," and used other expletives, according to reports.

Allocco violently pushed the officers away from him as they tried to keep him under control at police head quarters, police said. At a certain point during the struggle, allocco got a cut above his left eye and he was treated by the Hoboken Volunteers Ambulance Corps.

During their stay in a cell at the police station, the two continued to be combative and continued to use expletives and offensive terms toward the police officers, according to the report. 

rtrux June 25, 2012 at 10:28 PM
gary, i hear you but c'mon. you're in the new york metro area, you're kidding yourself if you think it's ever going to be mayberry. yeah, i've come off the path late at night and know what it's like, but you can just hop a taxi and avoid all the knuckleheads. 99% of the time, the city is fine.
s June 25, 2012 at 10:42 PM
Landed here via a "breaking news" alert in my email. This is not breaking news. This story is a couple of days old, and is a minor incident at best. Please stop sending "breaking news" alerts with no additional subject line just to get the open, and then the click through. Eventually we'll stop paying attention!
Eddie Johnson June 25, 2012 at 11:17 PM
... Born and raised in Hoboken , I agree with "rtrux!"..."Napoleon complex",... And, good catch Hobokenowl.
pattianne pascual June 26, 2012 at 06:51 AM
unfortunately, most major criminals start out doing dumb small stuff like this,and do more and bigger things, brain high on having gotten away with it.it's good the officers stopped them.this will be a documented report,and they will get a bigger fine or sentence the next time they do something.the fact that they chose to vomit on police cars shows they defy authority and have no respect.if they did this to police,imagine what they have done to common citizens,and didn't get caught doing.I'm glad the officers didn't care that this wasn't some giant money making story for the greedy corrporate media.by then,it's too late.not preventing this behavior just leaves more and more victims,on their upward climb to bigger crimes.it's how criminals think and act.just maybe,this will teach them to think before they do,that they aren't as smart as they thought they were.And shame on their parents for not raising them properly.
lalalala June 27, 2012 at 03:14 AM
Shame on you for your assumptions!!!!!!!! Your a real idiot for believing every word written in a news article.

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